Kashmir Issues: Pakistan and China will not get hawk despite eating mouth in UN, Pakistan will continue to try to raise Kashmir issue in UNSC

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Kashmir Issues: Pakistan and China will not get hawk despite eating mouth in UN:

In a closed-door meeting on the issue of Jammu and Kashmir at the United Nations Standing Council (UNSC) on Friday, Pakistan and China may have had to face juggling, but this will not affect the strategy of both the countries.

Chinese Ambassador to the United Nations and Pakistan’s Foreign Minister, Shah Mehmood Qureshi

Chinese Ambassador to the United Nations and Pakistan’s Foreign Minister, Shah Mehmood Qureshi, have indicated that the UNSC will continue to try to recapture Kashmir from their side. In such a situation, India has started to increase its diplomacy.

In this context, the importance of Indian PM Narendra Modi’s bilateral talks with top leaders of China, Russia, USA and Germany within the next two to three months has also increased.

Will raise Kashmir on international forums

Addressing a press conference in Islamabad on Saturday, Pakistan Foreign Minister Qureshi made it clear that his country will continue to work with China and other like-minded countries to raise Kashmir on international forums, especially within the United Nations.

Meeting of UNSC on Friday

Earlier in the meeting of UNSC on Friday, the position of the representative of China was not only very anti-India but it was also said in a later statement from their side that the worrying situation of Kashmir for China is a serious issue on which it will further Will continue to consult

Experts are also assuming that after the decision to remove Article 370 in Kashmir, China has found a way to pressure India and will continue to try it. According to strategic analyst Brahma Chellani, China informally called a closed-door meeting is another aggressive move.

Ved Prakash Malik says

Former Indian Army chief and strategic commentator Ved Prakash Malik says that the alliance between China and Pakistan has been successful in sending a negative message to India.

In the coming days, Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself will have a bilateral meeting with three permanent members of the Security Council – America, Russia and some other temporary members including China and Germany.

Chinese President visits India

Chinese President Xi Jinping will visit India in October, while talks between India and Germany are on to set the top talks in October or November. It is worth mentioning that Germany is now a temporary member of the Security Council.

According to the sources, no other country has shown any agreement with China’s views on Kashmir in the UNSC meeting on Friday, nor is it expected that there will be any further change in the stance of these countries. Despite this, India will have to remain in constant contact with all members.

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